You’ll get the opportunity to directly influence our cutting-edge products. Got a question or idea? Voice it. Your curiosity could help advance our next-generation cloud applications and help us find new ways to apply emerging technologies like AI, machine learning, and blockchain.
Work with industry-leading experts and award-winning engineers. On top of your project supervisor, you’ll be assigned a peer mentor—a recent hire who can help you navigate the internship experience. You’ll also be paired with intern buddies to ensure 360 degree support and engagement.
Enjoy a close-knit, community experience alongside your class of fellow summer interns. Our interns work across the length and breadth of our business but come together for fun weekly events like tech talks, networking, volunteering, and fun social happenings like happy hour.
Grow from once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunities and exposure to the latest technologies. You’ll benefit from comprehensive on-boarding and job-specific training that will help you get the most out of your time with us. Leadership training will help you build your business acumen.
We are the minds behind Oracle’s industry-leading business analytics and intelligence platform. Our team builds products that allow customers to make quicker and smarter decisions than ever before. You’ll get to work with a diverse range of technologies such as database, data warehouse tools, data visualizations, and open source technologies including Apache and Jetty.
We deliver next-generation, enterprise-class applications that are built from the ground up for the cloud. Applications that inspire the workforce, nail the financials, optimize the supply chain, and create awesome customer experiences. We put emerging technologies to work so that our customers can stay secure, automate the mundane, and essentially outpace change.
We’re defining the next generation of cloud technologies. Specifically, our team develops core architecture that is used to build Oracle Cloud, private clouds, and hybrid clouds. That means security is one our biggest focus areas. You’ll be helping us advance our mission-critical, ultra-high performance, integrated compute and storage systems.
We build the data management technologies that run the modern world. That means the code you write will power highly critical systems that are used in every industry from telecommunications to banking. We also develop the machine-learning and AI algorithms that make Oracle products autonomous and engineer hardware systems specialized for Oracle Database.
We build innovative technology solutions for industry. Our product developers work closely with the teams who are driving transformation in areas like global finance and banking. You’ll be on the frontline of it all, using your development skills to solve unique customer challenges that will drive industries forward all over the world.
We’re building a global-scale cloud platform to meet the infrastructure needs of businesses around the world. Our developers work on a suite of products that delivers world-class compute, storage, networking, and security. You’ll get to solve problems in different domains, develop features from scratch, and directly influence the future of our Generation 2 cloud.
We build and deliver the world’s most complete business software suite, allowing our customers to run their entire business with a single system. We’re organized into small teams of full-stack developers that take complete ownership for their piece of our global solution. The best part? Frequent releases to our cloud means your work can make an immediate impact.
After joining as an intern, Cosmo found that Oracle was ready to deliver real skills training on the job. “Asking questions, learning, and problem solving—using all these skills lead me to gain skills in software engineering, architecture, debugging, and even some basics like getting familiar with Git and Jira.”
Cosmo found that his aspirations were well-supported by his teammates. “I think my team was one of the coolest and most diverse,” he shares. “It was great to be around so many people who lead such interesting lives and all the while knew so much about our work and could teach me.”
As an intern Daniel started a small side-project based on a data science theory he was developing. It had the potential to accelerate the process of exploring and gaining insights from data. His idea soon gathered momentum and became the successful product now known as Oracle Labs Data Studio.
“In the last three years I’ve worked on this project, I’ve moved from being the only developer to having a team of 10 plus employees,” Daniel shares. “My recipe for success at Oracle is to be a team player, while still speaking up,” he advises. “Don’t be scared to share your ideas with colleagues, or have discussions with more senior employees. You’re as much of a member of the team as anyone else is. Your opinion is valued by everyone at Oracle.”
Landry’s a third year PhD student in electrical engineering. He connected with Oracle at a conference for the National Society of Black Engineers and is now one of our first virtual interns.
“At first when the internship was moved to the virtual format due to the pandemic, I was a bit nervous. But I was so lucky to have very amazing people on my team and we connected really well. My manager and mentor are so cool and so supportive of my work, and this gives me the confidence and drive to perform even better.”
Landry feels he’s getting the same meaningful, hands-on experience he set out to. “My experience as an intern so far has been really satisfying. Mostly because I got to work on a real-life project that aligned with my PhD research interest, but also because of the immense support I get from my mentors and manager.”
Tiffany joined Oracle for a virtual technical internship with the Product Lifecycle Management team. Her team is responsible for product development and Product Hub (product information management).
Coming into the internship, Tiffany was mainly interested in learning about product management and utilizing my design and technical skills. “The amazing thing with these projects was that I got the chance to do the same things that a real product manager at Oracle would do. I took on full responsibility for researching and documenting the requirements and specs, and control over what I wanted the UI to look like.”